Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Restoran Sam Yu Seafood @ SS3.

Almost forgotten about this restaurant !

Nicely nestled in a corner shoplot in SS3, Petaling Jaya opposite a fenced up football field.

Restoran Sam Yu Seafood is an offshoot from the partners of Restoran Sam Yau in PJ New Town.

Tonight, the weather was cold and wet with intermittent rain which does not seem to stop.

My daughter Michelle joined us for dinner as it was her off day.

Parking is OK.

Assorted vegetables curry-cooked Indian style with chopped Chinese round cabbage, okra, brinjal, long bean, big onion, red chillies, tau pok (beancurd puffs)- hot and spicy with an intense flavor-Rm12/.
Meaty Pork ribs -deep fried and tossed in blueberries sauce-sweet and fruity flavor-Rm15/.
Deep fried Ma Yau (Senangin) lay on a bed of good grade soy sauce and topped with finely chopped raw and pungent garlic (i prefer pickled garlic), shallot, Bird's eye chillies and Calamansi juice -the fish skin was crisp and it's flesh was moist and flaky-would taste better and sweeter if the fish was much fresher-Rm44/

Total bill:Rm77/
Location:32, Jalan SS3/35,
Taman Universiti, Petaling Jaya.


Bangsar-bAbE said...

The pork ribs look good. I'm hungry just by looking at the picture!

Anonymous said...

I have been a silent reader of your blog for a good few months. I wish I was back in Malaysia. The dishes you show on your blog sure got my stomach juices churning!

Pity I do not know KL at all as I am a Penang Boy but have been living in London for the past 40 years.

If your wife ever divorce you, there is a place here in London for her. Her cooking skills reminds me of my mum who was a Wizard in the kitchen. She is 85 now and in a home. I miss her cooking very much.

All the very best.

Eric Ng

foodbin said...

Bangsar-babe-with a good meat/fat ratio.
Anon 1:42 AM-thanks for the compliments.

Unknown said...

I would love to try the ribs! The fish look good too!

foodbin said...

Alice-both are equally good.